Amazon Echo and Music Unlimited expanded its market coverage by adding in 28 countries

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Amazon is intensifying its expansion for media services it offers to more consumers. Amazon announced it has introduced Music Unlimited, a paid music streaming service, and Amazon Echo in 28 new markets in Europe and South America.

The new markets are Amazon Echo and Music Unlimited include Belgium, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, EL Savador, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands , Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Sweden and Uruguay.

Amazon Music Unlimited comes with a catalog of 40 million songs, and the service is offered for US $ 9.99 per month in the United States. There are three subscription options, but the prices offered in the new market will be different.
For example, clicking Bulgarian flag will display the most basic package with a subscription price of EUR4.99 per month, while clicking on the French flag will display the subscription price of EUR9.99 per month for the same service.
This is an unusual marketing strategy, but Amazon is expected to adjust the subscription price according to the standard cost of living in each country. The subscription price list of the service is available on the official website of Amazon Music.
The Amazon Music Web Player and iOS and Android app sites have supported a number of language displays including English, German, Italian, Spanish and Japanese. Meanwhile, intense competition has caused Amazon to close YouTube Fire TV and Echo Show access.